"When we promised during the campaign change you can believe in, it wasn't change you can believe in in 18 months," President Obama said. "It was change you can believe in but were going to have to work for it." VIDEO: Obama: Larry Su
"He's done an extraordinary job," Jimmy Carter says of President Obama. Carter blames the "irresponsible news media" of spinning news in an unfavorable fashion for him.
Sen. Judd Gregg (R-NH) says health care reform will "undermine quality." Sen. Judd Gregg gives his theory on why Americans haven't embraced national health care reform and whether the bill can be fixed.
Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) talks to Ed Schultz on his radio program. The two constantly bring up his website, CongressmanForGuts.com. Grayson admits his race with his GOP opponent is "close, very close." Grayson warns that gas will rise to $4 a gallon and gold prices will rise.
"He gets paid a lot to basically speak to himself," conservative radio talk show host Mark Levin said of Joe Scarborough. "It's not personal. I think you're a jerk. I just think you're comments, the way you conduct yourself, you're a jerk," Levin slams Scarborough after the MSNBC host attacked Palin, O'Donnell and Rubio. "I don't have to pand
"One thing I think we ought to do, other than blocking his agenda and controlling spending, is trying to solve a hard problem like Social Security, and if we show our willingness to work with him on that, I think that would be well-received by the American people," Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) told WVOC-AM.
Juan Williams on rumors floating around Washington about Nancy Pelosi's future. "So what would she be hanging around for? She’s extremely wealthy. She doesn’t need it," he says.
"I still feel confident that it is a very close race in terms of the House. You've got close races all across the country," President Obama told radio talk show host Michael Smerconish. "So we're going to have to wait and see what happens. And a lot of it is going to depend on turnout."
DAVID PLOUFFE, Obama 2008 campaign manager: "While they don't rival 2008, they certainly don't suggest that Republicans are on the precipice of some big electoral wave."
Sharron Angle sends flowers to Joy Behar after "The View" co-host called her a bitch yesterday. The message with the flowers read: "Raised $150,000 online yesterday, thanks for your help." Behar responds: "Those flowers were picked by illegal immigrants and they aren’t voting for you, bitch!"
"The Republican story goes something like this, and I think I'm being faithful, you tell me: They say 'okay, we left the country in a real big hole, but we've given President Obama and the Congress 21-months to dig out of it and they failed. And in failing, they spent too much money, gave us too much government, they have us on the brink of soci
"We have Democrats for one reason – to drag the ignorant hillbilly-half of this country into the next century, which in their case is the 19th," Bill Maher said on TBS' "Lopez Tonight." (via Newsbusters)
On MSNBC last night Lauren Valle, the woman attacked at a Rand Paul event, said the following: "Well just before the tape I was identified by the Rand Paul campaign because they've seen me around town at these events. And they realize
President Obama warns what will happen if the GOP wins the House. (source Al Sharpton's "Keeping It Real" show, 10/27/10)
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano says "we can't seal the border, per se."
Report: Florida commissioner arrested for alleged felony charges.
Karl Rove comments on reports Democrats are outspending Republicans this election.
Alexi Giannoulias (D-IL) is the first and only candidate to feature Michelle Obama in a campaign ad. Both Obamas appear in the ad. "Alexi is in this for the right reasons. He will be a phenomenal U.S. Senator," Michelle Obama says in the ad.
President Obama is asked by radio talk show Michael Smerconish if it is right for Democrats to run away from his health care reform and other items in his agenda. "My strong belief, and this is just a personal theory, is that you wake up every day, you do what you think is right, and you make sure that you're not embarrassed by what you thought
MSNBC: Political prognosticator Charlie Cook predicts a likely “unearned win,” for low-polling Republican leaders and makes the case that he'll be "sacking groceries," if Democrats manage to keep the majority in the House by one or two seats.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman says Californians deserve a debate on Jerry Brown's record.
"That somehow or other these are unconstitutional because they're not enumerated within the powers of the constitution, that somehow or other we should just be eliminating these, I think that is out of the mainstream," Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) said on MSNBC.
Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) says tea party candidates are helping the Democrats keep the Senate.
Bill O'Reilly analyzes new election polls and talks about Joy Behar.
Keith Olbermann and Richard Wolffe joins Countdown to talk about new polling that suggests a third of likely voters could still be up for grabs.
Election analysis by Chris Matthews, Chuck Todd and Eugene Robinson.
Dr. Charles Krauthammer on why people are voting in this midterm election.